Modulator has been initialized as
% number of bits per symbol
case 'BPSK', Nb1 = 1;
case 'QPSK', Nb1 = 2;
case '16-QAM', Nb1 = 4;
case '64-QAM', Nb1 = 6;
case 'DQPSK', Nb1 = 8;
case 'OQPSK', Nb1 = 16;
modOrder = 2.^Nb1;
Nb = numSymbols * Nb1; % tx bits per block
codeRate = str2num(strvcat(code)).';
bitsPerBlock = Nb .* codeRate;
interleaverRows = 16;
if rem(Nb, interleaverRows)
error('Number of transmitted bits per block must be multiple of 16.')
interleaverCols = Nb / interleaverRows;
interleaverElements = [...
2*floor( [0:Nb-1]/2 ) + ...
mod( ([0:Nb-1] + Nb - floor( interleaverRows*[0:Nb-1]/Nb ) ), 2 ) ...
The models looks like 802.11a but parameters used here are for 802.11g
anuj saxena (2020). 802.11g wlan phy model (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/38073-802-11g-wlan-phy-model), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .
very interesting im currently working on a 802.11p. Can you please send me the documentation to understand the project? I really need it. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
How to run model with a concrete number of cycling frames? Where in Matlab Simulink to set this number?
I use 2012a version.
In order to do my homework, i use your simulink file. but i have 3 errors.
S-Function 'wlan80211g_udg' does not exist, Initialization commands cannot be evaluated., Undefined function or variable 'wlan80211g_settings'.
plz tell me how to solve these error.
my email address is email@example.com .
Please, could you help me?! Is there a way, to get frame rate in this model?
First of all thank you for the file. What parameters are to be changed for differentiating 802.11g with 802.11a and how should i change them. I am relatively new to Simulink. Please help.
Appreciated, god bless you, as I commented before, a little bit of explanation is mandatory, some visitors of fileexchange are new researcher and your files with a little details really help them
the model is modified to be used with matlab 2010a